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SAN DIEGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

Propositions S and N Overview Presented to the

Construction Management Association of America San Diego Chapter

November 17, 2011

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SDCCD Propositions S and N

Overview  Three Colleges ‐ City, Mesa and Miramar  Six Continuing Education Campuses   Second largest community college district in CA  Sixth largest in the nation  District Square Footage ‐ 2,218,031  $1.555 billion construction bond program


SDCCD Propositions S and N

San Diego Community College District Overview Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program $1.555 billion construction bond program provides for 80+ projects at City, Mesa and Miramar Colleges, and six  Continuing Education campuses:    

State of the art teaching and learning facilities Major renovations and modernizations Campus‐wide infrastructure projects Green Building Policy

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SDCCD Propositions S and N

Expenditures and Commitments to Date Bond

Budget

Commitments

% Committed

Expenditures

% Spent

Prop S

$714,498,044

$589,625,395

84.43%

$484,934,429

69.32%

Prop N

$912,286,972

$550,598,619

59.47%

$203,099,652

23.78%

$1,626,785,016

$1,140,224,014

70.43%

$688,034,081

43.78%

Total

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SDCCD Propositions S and N

Program Highlights  80+ projects  ‐ 40 completed, 14 in construction, nine in design  More than 9,000 jobs to date for builders, professional service  providers and subcontractors representing 25+ different trades  On track for 30 LEED certifications, more than any other local agency   Overall program management costs = 4.36%


SDCCD Propositions S and N

City College Overview  A total of 16 projects,  including six new  instructional and career  training facilities and eight  major renovations  Seven projects  completed, three in  construction, one in design


SDCCD Propositions S and N

City College Completed Projects

Health, Exercise Science & Athletics (P Building)

Learning Resource Center (R Building)

Academic Success Center (L Building)

Career Technology Center


SDCCD Propositions S and N

City College Projects in Construction

Central  Plant Math & Social Sciences Building Math & Social Sciences Building

Science Building

Arts & Humanities/Business Technology Buildings


SDCCD Propositions S and N

Mesa College Overview

 A total of 20 projects,  including five new instructional  buildings, six renovations, a  major parking structure and  multiple infrastructure projects.  Nine projects completed, two  in construction, two in design 


SDCCD Propositions S and N

Mesa College Completed Projects

Allied Health Education & Training Facility

Parking Structure

Humanities, Languages and Multicultural Studies Building

Central Plant

Mesa College Police Station


SDCCD Propositions S and N

Mesa College Projects in Construction

Mathematics and Natural Sciences Building

Student Services Center


SDCCD Propositions S and N

Miramar College Overview

 17 completed projects  Four projects currently in  construction  Four renovations and several  infrastructure projects remain


SDCCD Propositions S and N

Miramar College Completed Projects

Hourglass Park Field House

Business & Mathematics Building

Miramar College Police Station

Arts & Humanities Building


SDCCD Propositions S and N

Miramar College Projects in Construction

Library Learning Resource Center

Cafeteria/Bookstore

Heavy Duty Adv. Transportation

Aviation Technology Center expansion


SDCCD Propositions S and N

Continuing Education Major Projects Six campus locations throughout the City of San Diego:  West City Campus  Skills Center  Cesar Chavez Campus  Linda Vista Campus  North City Campus  ECC wing expansion (Educational Cultural Complex)


SDCCD Propositions S and N

Continuing Education Completed Projects

West City Campus

Mid City Campus

Educational Cultural Complex (ECC) Skills Center


SDCCD Propositions S and N

Continuing Education Projects in Construction

North City Campus Clairemont/Linda Vista Campus

Educational Cultural Complex (ECC) Wing Expansion


SDCCD Propositions S and N

Future Opportunities Campus

Project

Delivery Method

Budget

Expected Advertisement

Mesa

Cafeteria/Bookstore

Design/Build

$36,967,257

November 15, 2011

City

“A” Building Renovation

Design/Build

$28,384,000

First Half 2012  (Combined with RFP for “T” Building)

City

“T” Building Renovation

Design/Build

$37,457,000

First Half 2012 (Combined with RFP for “A” Building)

Mesa

Fine Arts/Dramatic Arts

Design/Build

$2,573,000

First Half 2012

Mesa

Fitness Center

Design/Build

$14,797,836

Second Half 2012

Miramar

Student Services (Interim  Library) Instructional Technology Building Remodel E‐100 Building

Design/Bid/Build

$6,350,970

First Quarter 2013

Design/Build

$9, 937,000

Second Half 2013

Design/Bid/Build

$2,500,000

Fourth Quarter 2013

Design/Bid/Build

$4,871,536

Second Half 2014

Mesa Miramar Miramar

Design/Bid/Build

$10,089,980

First Half 2014

City

Expand Maintenance  Facilities Campus Facilities Support  Area Child Development Center

Design/Build

$11,000,000

Second Half 2014

Mesa

Demolition of I‐300

Design/Bid/Build

$12,805,373

2016

Mesa


SDCCD Propositions S and N

Future Opportunities ‐ Infrastructure Campus

Project

Budget

Projected Bid Advertisement

Mesa

Campus Water Loop

$370,000

1/23/12

Mesa

12kV Electrical/ Comm. Loop

$2,000,000

1/23/12

Mesa

Parking Lot #1 Phase 2

$400,000

2/3/12

Miramar

Vernal Pools

$800,000

January 2013

Miramar

South Fields Upgrade

$5,000,000

January 2014

Miramar

Civil Master Plan

$6,500,000

June 2014

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SDCCD Propositions S and N

Schedule Performance

205


SDCCD Propositions S and N

Waste in Construction  Reduce Waste/Inefficiency  Construction Lags Behind Other Industries

Source: Construction Industry Institute 215


San Diego Community College District

Design/Build Statute in California for CCS  As of January 1, 2008, Community Colleges can use  design build under SB614.

 Must be at least $2.5M in value  Requires project‐specific Board resolution  Need to evaluate the project based on five minimum  criteria.

 Price (10%)  Technical Experience (10%)  Life cycle cost over 15 years (10%)  Skilled Labor Force (10%)  Safety Record (10%) 22


SDCCD Propositions S and N

Elements of Lean Construction  Building Information Modeling (BIM) Projects designed in BIM  ‐ Change Order Rate = 2.3% Projects not designed in BIM ‐ Change Order Rate = 8.0%

 Pull Planning  Value Stream Mapping  Practicing Toyota Way 23


San Diego Community College District

Practicing Business Principles of the Toyota Way

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SAN DIEGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

Richard Burkhart Construction Manager San Diego Community College District  rburkhar@sdccd.edu (619) 388‐6456 http://public.sdccdprops‐n.com

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